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Procrastination, especially in the academic or scholastic contexts of your two examples, is often called

  • to cramcram (vt)
    postpone studying a subject until the few hour prior to a formal examination.
    refers to the “cramming” of preparations in a small available time.

Variantly, the non-idiomatic procrastinator, or to procrastinate, could be adequate.

Procrastination, especially in the academic or scholastic contexts of your two examples, is often called

  • to cram (vt)
    postpone studying a subject until the few hour prior to a formal examination.
    refers to the “cramming” of preparations in a small available time.

Variantly, the non-idiomatic procrastinator, or to procrastinate, could be adequate.

Procrastination, especially in the academic or scholastic contexts of your two examples, is often called

  • to cram (vt)
    postpone studying a subject until the few hour prior to a formal examination.
    refers to the “cramming” of preparations in a small available time.

Variantly, the non-idiomatic procrastinator, or to procrastinate, could be adequate.

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Procrastination, especially in the academic or scholastic contexts of your two examples, is often called

  • to cram (vt)
    postpone studying a subject until the few hour prior to a formal examination.
    refers to the “cramming” of preparations in a small available time.

Variantly, the non-idiomatic procrastinator, or to procrastinate, could be adequate.